“Remain deposited in FSB”: killer’s wife changes apartment for evidence of her husband's torture
The woman guarantees absolute confidentiality to an informant.
The wife of Lithuanian killer Romas Zamolskis offers an apartment to those, who provide her with video evidence that her husband had been subjected to systematic torture. On her desire to change the living space on the dirt Zamolskis's wife wrote on her Facebook page.
- I'll give, rewrite apartment for videos of Romas Zamolskis's tortures that took place in the IR-2 in Yekaterinburg, - the wife of the killer wrote.
The woman is convinced that the evidence of her husband’s torture "should be" and "kept by the FSB". At the same time, she guarantees absolute confidentiality to an informant.
In early July of this year Lithuanian killer Romas Zamolskis was convicted of attempted murder, robbery and possession of weapons as part of the OCG. The court sentenced him to 16 years in a strict regime penal colony. According to investigators, Zamolskis was an active member of the gang created by Mikhail Klok in July 1999 "to commit theft of another's property in large and extra large scale in the territory of Ekaterinburg and Sverdlovsk regions". More about Klok gang's crimes you can read here.
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